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On 2021-07-15 at 2:39 AM, AusGiant said:

Nike Baseball template. I need some help with changing the jersey's overall colour and piping. DM for SVG

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SVG is a vector format, and this one looks like a photo for me. If you want to use this in Inkscape, Illustrator or any vector software, you'll need to trace it first.

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On 7/18/2021 at 11:01 AM, johnrafael said:

SVG is a vector format, and this one looks like a photo for me. If you want to use this in Inkscape, Illustrator or any vector software, you'll need to trace it first.

I had it in SVG format, with the background, shadow and jersey all seperate layers. I'm just unsure of how to change the colour of the jersey without using an overlay (which will remove some of the jersey's texture).

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15 hours ago, AusGiant said:

I had it in SVG format, with the background, shadow and jersey all seperate layers. I'm just unsure of how to change the colour of the jersey without using an overlay (which will remove some of the jersey's texture).

 

I'm still not sure about why would you open a raster image (not a vector) with a vector editor.  Placing a raster image inside an SVG file doesn't make it automatically vector, so you can't edit its colour. What can be done in this case (for a low-quality result) is to create a new colour layer and trace the outline of the shirt, then put this layer behind the jersey texture and change the blending mode of the texture accordingly.

https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/raster-vs-vector-file-formats

Still, to work with images like that, I recommend Photoshop or another editor that works with raster instead of vector. Mind to share this file via DM for me to give a look?

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6 hours ago, johnrafael said:

 

I'm still not sure about why would you open a raster image (not a vector) with a vector editor.  Placing a raster image inside an SVG file doesn't make it automatically vector, so you can't edit its colour. What can be done in this case (for a low-quality result) is to create a new colour layer and trace the outline of the shirt, then put this layer behind the jersey texture and change the blending mode of the texture accordingly.

https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/raster-vs-vector-file-formats

Still, to work with images like that, I recommend Photoshop or another editor that works with raster instead of vector. Mind to share this file via DM for me to give a look?

You know a hell of a lot more than me lol. Sent DM 👍

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